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members of the victims overcome with emotion. >> it seems there were instructions to use excessive force against protesters. i have never seen armored vehicles speeding to run over protesters as if they were competing for a prize. >> reporter: some political figures in egypt are concerned the fighting might set back the fragile transition from the mubarak regime to civilian rule. >> the situation is critical and there are threats of civil war. we hope we won't reach that point. >> reporter: but there was more violence today egyptians once again the target. the white house released a statement saying, "the united states continues to believe the rights of minorities including coptics must be respected and that all people have the universal right to peaceful protest and religious freedom. even these tragic events should not stand in the way of timely elections and continued transition to democracy that is peaceful, just and inclusive." former u.n. ambassador john bolton says the administration's concerns are missing the point arguing coptic christi
at the quarterback position and we expect him to lead us to a win. >> we feel confident with him out there. we've seen them pick us apart in practice so we feel like he knows what to do, he knows how to execute it. but game speed is a little different. things move faster and there is no repeats. so hopefully he'll go out there and feel confident and he'll get us a win. we need one. >> yeah, they do. the redskins are 3-2 after losing to philadelphia last week. and the thing about what d'angelo said is that is the one thing that is different, the game speed is faster. you can't simulate that in practice. but i will make one prediction. he will not throw four interceptions. >> are you sure about that? >> i'm saying right now, he will not. he will know throw four interceptions. >> we're going to write that down. >> they all seem to be taking it in stride. >> all right, thanks. >>> well still to come, repair bills mounting at the national cathedral and the mayor said the city doesn't have the cash to step in and help. but he has a plan. find out who he wants to help hand over millions. bob? >>> it'
that new terror plot busted. >> thanks for staying up late with us. i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. the iranian government is being blamed for trying to -- a us citizen and texan resident is facing a number of charges. bob barnard is working the story in the newsroom. >> that was the picture of the saudi ambassador there, i want to clarify. at the heart of the government's case is an alleged plot by agents of the iranian government to murder the saudi arabbian ambassador to the us here in washington and to attack israeli embassies in washington and argentina. one of the two men charged in the case is apparently cooperating with the fbi. monseur arbsara is a 56-year-old us citizen, charged in court with trying to hire a mexican drug warrior with assassinating the ambassador to the united states. he was an informant to the dea. the terror plot included blowing up a restaurant in washington frequented by the ambassador and us senators. warned that 100 bystanders could be killed, he allegedly said, quote, no big deal. >> it reads like the pages of a hollywood script. the
it in an interview with us earlier this year. >> i feel comfortable in the past half century i've helped to make being gay much, much better now than it was then. >> it's not possible to understate his impact on human rights. >> reporter: d.c. council member jim graham was a close friend who spoke with camady just last week. graham served on the city council as an openly gay man for years and he says he owes his way of life, even his seat on the council, to the efforts made by frank camady. >> i've been elected, reelected three times by my constituents with full knowledge of who i am and that couldn't have happened without the pioneering efforts of frank. >> reporter: camady fought against not nazis in world war ii. he was educated at harvard university. when he was fired from the army service in 1957 for being gay, he led the first gay right protest outside the white house and even petitioned the supreme court. >> he fought harder than anyone i know and he really taught all of us the universal lesson that the greatest really tool in our arsenal, the greatest resource we have in terms of moving
caught. >> reporter: the law exempts using gps or texting 911, but if you were caught more than once, the fine goes up to $110. eleanor price hopes the fine will change attitudes. >> well, let's put it this way. if people are going to text, they'll text anyway, $70 or not and hopefully they don't get caught, but maybe if they get enough of them, it will make them think about it. >> reporter: maryland state police really mean business. don't expect any slack. although this is the first weekend the law is in effect, if you're caught texting and driving, don't expect a warning. there's a strong likelihood you'll get a $70 ticket. in bethesda, matt ackland, fox 5 news. >>> a former culpeper county deputy accused of assaulting an inmate at the jail. alma brown is one of five deputies fired charged with misdemeanor assault. police say the inmate was allegedly beaten in custody. a hearing is scheduled for monday. >>> tonight new details in the vet of a war vet and george washington university graduate student. police now call the case a homicide. witnesses say someone hit patrick casey in t
the wave of copper theft. we reported them here. now thieves are stealing used cooking oil and are getting you a way with thousands of dollars. ross slater kicks off the news edge. >> reporter: police say thinks a growing new crime and the companies getting ripped off say it's like the wild, wild west out there for the first time in our region, two men have been arrested. >> it was here in the valley of the ballston commons mall that these two men jang of ox onshil and a man from new york city were caught handed trying to syphon used cooking oil. police are trying to determine if these suspects might be involved in a rash of similar theft. >> they can't just do this once. they have the equipment and they are going around to many different containment units and stealing more oil. >> reporter: the used oil is something of a liquid gold these day, fetching anywhere from 2 to $4 a gallon on the open market. steve blank enship is the manager of a fuel company. they have been hit by thieves repeatedly. >> we don't know for sure but we believe we are losing anywhere from 10 to 20,000 gallons a mo
-to-face with a bad guy. will thomas is here to start us off. will? >> reporter: talk about a bold burglar. the guy picked a home to hit while the homeowner and his girlfriend were there watching the game. what he didn't count on was the homeowner, who wasn't afraid and who was not going to let him go until police arrived. >> i was watching my skins game. third quarter and i'm all ready. >> reporter: john dell acey was already having a bad afternoon, watching his team get pounded by the eagles. and then -- >> my dog starts going funny. she's funny any way, but she started doing this weird bark. >> reporter: that led john to investigate. >> i got up and started walking in this direction. >> reporter: and that's when he walked down to the lower level of his fredericksberg. >> once i got to about here, i saw the blur come across just barely from left to right across here and that's when i turned around into this room and i saw the suspect right here. >> reporter: police say this is who john encountered, 41-year- old robert white. john tackled him and yelled for his girlfriend to call 911. >> i'm sure
a u.s. senator is getting involved. sarah simmons live in the newsroom now. >> you think of robbers, rapists and other cold hardened criminals getting hauled into jail, shackled and thrown in the slammer. a rockville man said that happened too him because his tags were expired. -- to him because his tags were expired. he's outraged and so is virginia senator jim webb. >> this is the craziest thing i've ever heard for expired tags. >> reporter: it happened one year ago, but this man who does not want to be identified remembers a drive with his dog in d.c. like it happened yesterday. he said an officer pulled him over for expired plates. they were about 22 days past due. >> i asked him to cut me a break. we were heading home. i'd get it fixed the next day. it would be top of my priority list and he said well, we're going to take you in to process you for about three hours, standard procedure. >> reporter: but the next three hours didn't feel like standard procedure for a traffic violation. he was hauled downtown, shackled and chained to 12 other men. >> you can imagine for something l
and there was debris all over. here's what rodney johnson tells us he heard and he saw. >> i heard a loud smash and i guess it was the tree limb actually hit my house, knocked my gutter loose and my wife was yelling for me because she could see all the white i guess tarps on the grass, this funneling in the air and i had water coming out of my ceiling. once it was all over came used and saw all the damage it did in the neighborhood -- came outside and saw all the damage it did in the neighborhood. one of the houses has a hole in the roof where the satellite dish was. there's a broken window from a patio chair flying up and hitting it. the park over here where the kids play, the fence is gone, stop signs. >> reporter: some of these other neighbors describe seeing what they describe as a funnel cloud moving through. most of the damage came from trees down around the complex here. we'll have to get a better idea just the extent of the damage once there is some data. you can probably tell, the power is -- some daylight. you can probably tell the power is out here. they have no idea when it is coming back
, and today i hear news that steve jobs is dead. we grew up using apple computers. >> he's definitely a trend setter. he's taken the laptop market and pretty much put it on decline versus the tablet market, which is the growing market now. and i wouldn't be surprised if his legacy is what the rest of the industry starts to follow in the future. apple always has a very refined experience. they pretty much push the market to where it is today. they really did lead it and define it almost so now they're the benchmark. senate's not just about this, but what we're in america known for, being innovative, and i'm sad about that. he's changed the way we live. >> it feels very sad to hear that steve is gone. he's an icon, he really is. >> reporter: and now you're looking live across wisconsin avenue from apple -- some apple customers are writing on the front glass, others have left can da.s there's a bo kay of flowers. the store, we're told from an employeel be open tomorrow. however, we had heard thoughts that apple might close its doors as a tribute to steve jobs, but nothing definitive on that. and
>>> and the u.s. marine's frustration with new york police at the protest has gone viral. take a look at this video. >> it does not make you them to harass these people. you want to go fight, go to iraq and afghanistan. stop hurting these people, man. why are you dog stuff to our people? i've been in iraq for 14 months. they don't have guns. they don't have guns. they don't want you hurting these people. it does not make any sense. it does not make any sense. how do you sleep at night? there is no honor in this. >> the sargeant says he was at the occupy rally on october 5th and saw officers hitting people who he says was not ann tag ming police. he wrote on his youtube channel that he is not ante anti- police and he has been -- he has been discharged from the marines. >>> why you would be better off starting a job in the next year. it's gonna be a c casual thin. [ male announcer ] the tight-turning, space-saving, eco-friendly smart. escape your stuff. ♪ >>> it could signal the end of the road for red light cameras. a judge in florida ruled in favor of three complain innocent. when
her students. several students testified that susan burke hurt them. she admitted using physical contact to break up fights or redirect students if they were misdeheavying. she was placed -- misbehaving. no word if she will return to the school. >>> after nearly nine years, america's war in iraq will be over. >> president obama made the dramatic announcement this morning telling the american people all u.s. troops will be home by the end of the year. right now, nearly 40,000 service members are in iraq and the decision for their total withdraw came today after the president spoke to iraq's prime minister. the president didn't use the word victory, but he did say that u.s. troops can leave iraq with their heads hill hive. >> today, i can say our troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays. this december will be a time to reflect on all that we have been through in this war. i will join the american people and pay tribute to the more than one million americans who have served in iraq. judge over a year ago, mr. obama announceed the combat mission was over. more than 440
riders tell us it won't be easy. >> i know for us students it's like three of the major ones. that's our transportation to and from campus. a lot of people are wondering how to get to on campus activities this weekend and i'm not sure that's going to happen. a lot of us don't have cars. >> reporter: metro says the shuttle bus service will operate between mount vernon and georgia avenue station stopping at each one of the closed stations. the metrorail system will open at 6 a.m. sunday morning for that army 10- miler. there will be extra blue line trains to get folks back and forth from that race. >>> people in virginia affected by the august earthquake won't see assistance from fema. the federal agency denied help for property owners who suffered damage when the 5.8 quake hit. damage assessments for residential properties are nearly $15 million most of that is not covered by insurance. virginia plans to appeal the decision. >>> the former president of the loudoun county virginia youth football league is facing some very serious charges tonight. 44-year-old raymond taylor was arrested yes
well. i hope that, you know, the last team standing is us. >> ken: thank you. back to you. >> joe: a big piece of the success with the rangers. adrian beltre in his first year of five-year deal. rangers win game five. final of 4-2. another classic, another tight one. so much to talk about in this game. >> joe: the guys will on the other side of the break. napoli, one of the biggest games of his life. the rangers are one win away. chris rose and the guys on the other side of the break.  >> chris: welcome back to the chevrolet world series post-game show on fox. and the last game of the season here in arlington, texas, was one to remember. the texas rangers have the world series lead after taking game five 4-2, the final. hi, everybody. alongside eric karros, a.j. pierzynski of the chicago white sox, i'm chris rose. congratulations to the texas rangers. they lead 3-2 games. they got it done. it seemed that every pitcher out there wiggled in and out of jams be. tu st. louis cardinals i guarantee you, e.k., they are kicking themselveses in the clubhouse now. >> eric: another amaz
their september meeting with mta. >> mta surprised us and told us actually they have expanded the maintenance yard and rail line and now it's going to run along the entire backside of our community. >> reporter: they say out of nowhere mta had new designs and plans of an expansion. the mains yard that was 200 yards wide and -- the maintenance yard that was 200 yards wide and 1,000 yards long originally was tucked way in an industrial area, but now it would be bigger and closer to a residential area. >> there will be bright lighting, 200 employees. they're putting in a new multi- story parking garage, office building and then 12 layers of tracks that the trains will sit on and this will be right in the back of our neighborhood. >> the noise is going to be open 24/7. they plan to have 200 employees coming in in three shifts. they'll be working around the clock. >> reporter: at monday's meeting mta leaders explained the original project went from 4 miles of singing tracking to 16 miles of double -- single tracking to 16-mile of double tracking and say their changes were minor. >> the design now
. >> this was particularly concerning to us, because we, the police department, make our livelihoods in the community developing trust and faith and working very closely through community policing efforts, and when something like this occurs, it cuts us to the core. >> thomas kemp who police say is married is being held at the fairfax county detention center without bond, brian. >> it's touchy, of course, if somebody approaches you claiming to be a police officer. oftentimes you just go with the flow, but if you have doubts, what should you do? >> reporter: police say you should call 9-1-1. ask them to send a uniformed officer in a marked cruiser and ask to see his credentials. they are told he was not wearing a uniform and was driving an unmarked car. >> all right. >>> a jury expected to be seated tomorrow in the murder trial of brittany norwood, accused of killing her coworker at the lululemon store in bethesda last march. today, the judge said prosecutors will not be allowed to use certain graphic photos in the opening statement. one of murray's friends was at the courthouse today and says she wan
. anthony said she's had no source of income in the past 30 days and hasn't used illegal drugs but has consumed alcohol. anthony was acquitted of murdering her daughter caylee and is serving probation in florida on unrelated check fraud charges. >>> the man accused of trying to blow up a plane with a bomb in his underwear walked into a courtroom today and declared that anwar al-awlaki is alive. farouk mutallab is in court for the botched christmas day tack in 2009. allelic was the american -- day attack in 2009. al-awlaki is the cleric who was killed. >>> we now know when the national cathedral will reopen. the church has been close since august when the earthquake damaged parts of the historic building. the cathedral will reopen november 12th and a massive fundraising campaign will be held to repair not cathedral. officials say they need 25 mill. repairs could take over a decade to complete. >>> climbers will be back scaling the washington monument tomorrow. earlier today they completed inspectings of the east and south -- inspections of the east and south sides. they still need to ch
hearing today. a montgomery county official tells us david hang was fired from his job as a ride on bus driver after his arrest yesterday. >>> a montgomery county special education teacher charged with child sex offenses. 28-year-old jeremy brown teaches children with autism at meadow hall elementary school in rockville. police say he posted in online chat rooms in 2010 and contacted undercover officers who were posing as 14-year-old girls. brown is accused with having sexually oriented conversations with them and showing inappropriate images on a web cam and investigators claim he had inappropriate images of young girls on his computer. >>> the fox 5 storm force is keeping an eye on the wet weather tonight. in fact, it rained on and off all day today. here's a live look where the streets look wet. let's check in with sue palka in the weather center. are we in the clear? >> not quite yet but it's not very wet out there now. we've got drizzle and areas of fog and very light showers. we have vipir behind me because i want you to see the bulk of the really heavy stuff through ohio that wil
pujols squeezes out number 2. and if you are just joining us, we are in game 7 of a phenomenal world series on the heels of one of the most unforgettable games any of us have ever seen last night in game six. rangers get on the board tonight first, trying to erase that memory from last night. but since the two in the first inning, they have been shutout. the cardinals have scored 6. strike 1 to adrian beltre. you think about that rain-out, washing away game 6. strike 2 on beltre. >> tim: clearly helping the cardinals. >> joe: certainly now, looking back, with carpenter getting a chance to make a start on short rest. he was very good. the relief good again tonight for st. louis. into the bottom of the eighth. was always fun. never took life too seriously. 'til our son was born... that day, he bought life insurance. now, there's no way i could sd our boy to college without it. if there was one thing i could say to hank, it'd be "thank you." you're welcome. hey, hank. [ male announcer ] life insurance you can use while you're still living. you are one lucky lady. mm-hmm. [ male announce
's someone in hollywood who has a worse bathroom situation than us. "x factor" and "dancing with the stars" are having a poop war. >> a note posted says these restrooms are for everyone. if you have a problem just ask for rob. i'm the 6'3" black man. >> chaz bono got voted off "dancing with the stars. chaz is a full-on star. what does chaz bono do now? >> he goes to congress and gets testimony and he -- >> goes and gets bitches. he's famous now. >> mandelar. he's been in all these "saw" movies. have you ever witnessed something crazy like that in real life? did you ever see anything like "saw" in real life? >> so harvey's singing again. he's in detroit but he goes to the studio where they recorded all these classic songs and he sang "my girl." >> harvey is like -- so bad. >> it's day 40 of the occupy wall street protest and still we have no idea what they're doing. but now, more than ever, they need our support. >> sean lennon and his buddies, they did a performance -- >> yes, sean lennon, son of legendary beatle john grabbed his guitar and like his father before him, roused the spirits of
continues. >> joe: in the tenth. what a night. what a series. stay with us from st. louis. ♪ walking my own way ♪ it's just how i want to do it ♪ ♪ changing of my mind ♪ it's just how we're gonna do it ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] turn your world upside down with gillette fusion proglide because you can shave against the grain with comfort. fusion proglide's microcomb guides hair for its thinner blades to cut close effortlessly. get against-the-grain closeness comfortably with gillette fusion proglide. it burns! it's singeing me. it's the sun. get out of the office more often, with chili's $6 nch break combos, featuring texas toast half sandwiches. chili's lunch break combos. >> joe: an ovation that almost took this place down when david freese left the dugout and went to take some warmup throws from third base to start this tenth inning. and now here we are. in the tenth. tied at 7. the top of the order will bat for the rangers. kinsler, andrus, josh hamilton against motte. fly ball to shallow right. out goes pujols on the grass. one out. motte issued a walk in the ninth. gets the le
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